Expogroup Events Listing for 2022/2023


Upcoming prime international trade exhibitions on : Automotives & Spare Parts, Building & Construction, Food & Agriculture Hospitality, Industrial Products & Machinery, Consumer & Household, Beauty, Medical & Health Care, Mining, Plastics, Printing & Packaging, IT, Electronics & Satellite Products ,Interiors, Furniture & Lighting, Power & Energy, Oil & Gas, Wood etc.

About Us

Expogroup began its operations in 1996 starting with export-oriented International Trade Exhibitions in the Middle East & Africa. Since then, it has been organizing annual trade fairs in 14 countries within the region itself. Apart from that, Expogroup has presented several other events in emerging markets such as the CIS, Australia, Latin America & India.

Completing 23 years in the industry, Expogroup has spread its network in more than 37 countries managing more than 20 trade fairs annually in various counties. Most of the hard work was done in absence of modern communication systems and facilities but come another 15 years, we foresee double the growth. For more info visit here.


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Posted on : Tuesday , 17th May 2022
Latest Updates on Rwanda and Tanzania's Isaka-Kigali Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) Project
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Posted on : Monday , 16th May 2022
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Posted on : Saturday , 14th May 2022
Tanzania topples South Africa as Kenya's top source of imports in Africa
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Posted on : Wednesday , 11th May 2022
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Posted on : Monday , 9th May 2022
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Posted on : Tuesday , 3rd May 2022
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Posted on : Tuesday , 3rd May 2022
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Posted on : Monday , 2nd May 2022
Kenya will stop the importation of used passenger mini-buses and large buses from July 1, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
KEBS managing director Bernard Njiraini said the move follows the implementation of new standards meant to boost safety on the roads as well as support local assemblers who produce over 5,000 units. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 29th April 2022
Kenyan Community Projects that Save Forests and Livelihoods
More than 63 percent of people in Africa, according to the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), have no alternative to wood and rely on it as their major energy source. In Africa,. . .Read more »
Posted on : Thursday , 28th April 2022

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